GameDay Challenge: Cycling with Tour De Force riders

By Peter Huoppi

Keith O'Brien and Peter Huoppi go for a training ride with local cyclists who will be participating in the Tour De Force 9/11 Memorial Ride, a four-day, 270-mile bike ride from Boston to New York raising money for police families.


GameDay 2016 Schedule

Date/TimeGame
Jan. 5 New London 44, Waterford 41
Jan. 15 Fitch 57, Ledyard 51
Jan. 26 Waterford 64, NFA 63 (OT)
Feb. 2 Ledyard 66, Bacon 59
Feb. 16 Ledyard 48, New London 43
Feb. 26 ECC Girls Final
Mar. 2 ECC Boys Semifinals
Mar. 4 ECC Boys Final

All games webcast live on theday.com.

About GameDay

GameDay's webcast team consists of Casey O’Neill and Keith O'Brien.

Casey O’Neill is a lifetime Southeastern Connecticut athlete, broadcaster, and performer.

Beginning in 1989 with WNLC radio, Casey has been a part of the coverage of local high school sports for the last 25 years. A graduate of NLHS and Wesleyan University, Casey can be seen performing family music with Steve Elci and Friends, improv comedy with Comedy On Demand, and on theday.com-produced web show Kidsploration.

Keith O'Brien has been involved in sports around the region his whole life. Known as the"Sports Doctor," O'Brien hosts a weekly radio sports talk show on WXLM (980-AM) Saturday mornings. He is a former basketball coach and official and mentor in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program, recognized as the Big Brother of the Year in 2012. Keith will handle sideline duties on theday.com webcasts. 

GAMEDAY BASKETBALL 2015

NFA's Maya Bell

NFA's Maya Bell

New London head coach Holly Misto

New London head coach Holly Misto

GameDay Preview: NFA-New London

GameDay Preview: NFA-New London

Highlights: St. Bernard 48, Old Lyme 28

Highlights: St. Bernard 48, Old Lyme 28

St. Bernard head coach Mike Nystrom

St. Bernard head coach Mike Nystrom

Old Lyme head coach Don Bugbee

Old Lyme head coach Don Bugbee

St. Bernard's Kaitlyn Berkel

St. Bernard's Kaitlyn Berkel


GAMEDAY FOOTBALL 2013

WiredZone: New London-Middletown

Experience New London's last-second victory over Middletown from the perspective of the head coaches. Duane Maranda and Sal Morello were wired for sound, providing a unique look inside the locker room, on the sideline and in the huddle.

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